WIRED staffer Tim Moynihan shares details of Samsung's newly-branded, flagship "SUHD" 4K TVs, which the company unveiled today at CES 2016.
Looking beyond its sleek and slim aesthetics, the device sets the stage for the future of television. Capable of serving as a control center for the connected home, the fresh KS9500 model supports console-level (yet console-free) gaming, various smart home technologies, and features a quantum-dot enhanced, ultra-bright display.
During a demo, Samsung showed how the set could be used to set up and control lighting schemes and be used as a big-screen baby monitor. It’s not just a fancy way to turn off a light or see who’s at the door from your couch, as you can group several IoT devices together and create “mood” schemes with one click.